FLEG II crew of experts visited 20 forest-dependent Armenian communities to give voice to their needs and concerns
FLEG II leads an international team of experts to stop massive decline of Georgian boxwood forests
The new edition of “Improving Forest Law Enforcement and Governance in the Russian Federation” is already in high demand at higher education institutions.
Intergovernmental Council for the Timber Industry and Forestry of the Commonwealth of Independent states meets in Armenia
The 15th session of the Council took place in Yerevan, Armenia, on October 13-14, 2015. The goal of the meeting was to discuss issues of cross-border cooperation, such as: implementation of the agreement on preventing and combatting fires in borderline territories of CIS countries; development of cooperation between CIS countries on forest science and joint scientific and technical projects; exchange of information on illegal activities; professional forest education.
The FLEG II Steering Committee, the highest decision-making body of the program, met in Chisinau, Moldova, to discuss progress during the second year of the Program, review and approve work plans for the upcoming year, and talk about priorities for the program’s final year.
Youth Contest of Drawings “My Native Forest” is announced in the frame of “European Neighborhood and Partnership Instrument (ENPI) East Countries Forest Law Enforcement and Governance (FLEG) II Program”
The members of the National Program Advisory Committee gathered in Baku, Azerbaijan to discuss the progress of the Program’s implementation, challenges and ways to improve the ongoing stance.
Marika Kavtarishvili, FLEG II Country Program Coordinator for IUCN Georgia, earned prestigious award thanks to her dedication and commitment to the improvement and conservation of the national forestry resources.
43 pupils and students from more than 10 countries came together to discuss forest problems in the cities of Moscow and Suzdal, Russia.
Members of FLEG II National Program Advisory Committee in Armenia shared their views on outcomes, achievements and future plans of the Program
The main objective of the 4th National Program Advisory Committee (NPAC) meeting in Yerevan, Armenia, was to present the results of the Year II activities, as well as propose and discuss the plans for Year III.